Types of Windows
Single Hung Windows
A window in which one sash slides vertically and the other sash is fixed.
Double Hung Windows
A window that has two offset-left operable sashes which slide vertically.
Horizontal Sliding Windows
A window in which the sash move horizontally. Sliders are available in a 2- or 3-lite configuration, with the 3-lite having 2 moving sashes and one fixed picture.
Double Vent Sliding Windows
A window in which both sashes move.
A non-opening/operating window
A window with a side-hinged sash that opens outward for ventilation.
A top-hinged window that swings outward the use of a crank for ventilation.
Half-round or Radius windows have curved tops and custom designs
An angled combination of three windows that project out from the wall of the home.
A combination of windows in 3-, 4- or 5-lite configurations within a radius . The windows have an arced appearance.
Garden Windows Can include shelves and opening vents.